NORTON SHORES, Mich. (WZZM) -- Police in Norton Shores hope Michigan State Police can enhance two pieces of surveillance video in the Jessica Heeringa case.
The goal is to determine the make and year of the minivan they believe was used to take Heeringa from the Exxon station where she was working almost two weeks ago. Investigators are waiting on the video to narrow their search.
Police and Heeringa's family know if Jessica is still missing on Sunday, it will be a difficult day.
"Sunday is Mother's Day and we feel bad that she might miss it right now. But when she does get back, we will celebrate it then," says Diane Homrich, Jessica's grandmother.
Norton Shores Police Chief Daniel Shaw says investigators are committed to working throughout the weekend to find Jessica.